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* eventually some keys like in inkscape (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) to fit to screen with different criteria
 
* eventually some keys like in inkscape (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) to fit to screen with different criteria
 
* for the beginners it should be possible to zoom in and out with the zoom tool
 
* for the beginners it should be possible to zoom in and out with the zoom tool
==Some Comparisons==
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===Scribus Zoom===
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Here is a [[Zoom Comparisons | comparison of the various methods in Scribus, OpenOffice, and Inkscape]].
{|width=70% |
 
|valign=top|[[File:Zoom_scribus.png]]
 
|[[File:Zoom_scribus1.png]]
 
|valign=top|To the far left are the basic zoom items, the spinbox and the buttons
 
* The spinbox changes by 1% as default
 
** Holding Ctrl or Alt causes each change to be 10% (absolute)
 
** Holding Shift: 0.1% (absolute)
 
** Holding Ctrl+Alt: 100% (absolute)
 
* '''-''' button reduces zoom by 50% (relative to current)
 
* '''1''' button brings zoom to 100%
 
* '''+''' button increases zoom by 100% (relative to current)
 
Right-clicking on the spinbox brings up this dialog to the immediate left, and the only pertinent items are '''Step up''' and '''Step down''', which merely behave like clicking the arrows of the spinbox.
 
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===OpenOffice Zoom===
 
[[File:Zoom_openoffice.png]]
 

Latest revision as of 17:32, 31 January 2011

early draft

<greg> add a slider like in oo.org

<ale> here the zoom functions i (would) need:

  • an easy way to get back at 100% (eventually see the current %... which could be an input box)
  • eventually a way to switch among two zoom levels (mostly all page on screen / detailed view)
  • ctrl+mouse wheel to zoom in and out
  • + / - in non edit mode and ctrl++ / ctrl+- in edit mode to zoom in and out
  • a zoom tool to make a "selected area" fill the window
  • eventually some keys like in inkscape (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) to fit to screen with different criteria
  • for the beginners it should be possible to zoom in and out with the zoom tool

Here is a comparison of the various methods in Scribus, OpenOffice, and Inkscape.